Hey everyone! I did something a little different this time and actually made a video. Bear with me, it’s the first I’ve ever done and I definitely know where I need to improve, but here’s the flip through of my August layout, as promised!
Some of the questions I see over and over in online Bullet Journal groups and forums all have to do with habit, mood, sleep, and general lifestyle tracking in your Bullet Journal. Common questions that are asked on a near daily basis are, “What do you track?”, “How do you track it?”, “Why/What benefit is there to tracking?”, and “Where do I start?” I thought that it might be helpful today to talk about the things you might track, and to try and answer those questions
So, let’s start with the what. What do you track? Simply put, you track anything that you want to make, or break, as a habit, or try to see a pattern in. Let’s start with the most common, habit tracking. Continue reading “Using Habit & Lifestyle Trackers in Your Bullet Journal – How, What, and Why”
Hey everyone! I’m back, and this time we’re going to talk about Bullet Journal migration! I know, I probably should have done this before I did the July Plan With Me post last week, but hey – it’s fun to mix it up a bit, right?
Migrating to a new Bullet Journal always leaves me with a sense of accomplishment. As someone who never totally filled up the more traditional planners or even journals, I’m always a little thrilled to see that I’ve managed to complete another Bullet Journal with only a few blank pages (usually) toward the end. For many though, I know the process of migration can be daunting, especially when you have a lot of collections that you want to move to your new journal. It’s partially this reason that prompted me to move to a Traveler’s Notebook system as I talked about in this post not long ago. Using the inserts for long term collections (e.g., my Year in Pixels habit tracking, colour key, etc.) means less to migrate when I start a new journal. Nevertheless, I do have some things that I bring with me into each new journal, so read on to see how I migrated into my new Bullet Journal in June of this year! Continue reading “Migrating to a New Bullet Journal”